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"Wilt thou not revive us again: that thy people may rejoice in thee?" (Psalm 85:6)

Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Puppy Pie: A Filthy Lie Assignment

Glenn Reynolds is known for his insatiable thirst for puppy smoothies. While searching through some of his documents for a recipe I made a startling discovery. Glenn is working on a cookbook! I found the partially completed project in his handwriting called “Cooking and Baking with Puppies”.

There was this photo and a recipe for something called Puppy Pie…
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Put several heads and feet together with some backs or necks or an entire puppy cut into pieces into a big pot. Fill it with cold water and add about 1 Tbsp each of unrefined sea salt and vinegar. Let it stand for half an hour. Then bring it to boil. Once it starts to boil, immediately turn heat off so much that it is only very slightly simmering. Skim off the stuff that comes up after bringing to boil. After an hour or so you can peal-off" the meat and use some of it for a puppy salad. Yum! The salt and vinegar are needed to help extracting the minerals out of the bones, feet etc. Add the parsley approx. 15 minutes before you want to finish. After it's finished, throw away the bones or what is left from it. You can now use it as a base for a very nutritious and tasty sauce. Any bones and heads can be used, not just puppy, but always add some feet (fox or wolf pup feet will work too) as they will give a good gelatinous texture. Poor into a ready made graham cracker crust and chill.

That isn't nearly as frightening as the "Yorkshire Terrier Pudding" recipe. This is of course, all a Filthy Lie

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